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KUCHING: The Clean Air Forum Society of Malaysia (MyCAS) aspires to forge a strategic partnership with the state's Energy and Environmental Sustainab

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KUCHING: The Clean Air Forum Society of Malaysia (MyCAS) aspires to forge a strategic partnership with the state’s Energy and Environmental Sustainability Ministry.

To be held in Kuching in 2024, the Asian Aerosol Conference is the focus of this collaboration.

According to its president Dr Noor Zaitun Yahaya, MyCAS is a national non-governmental body designated to address air quality issues at the global and international level.

“MyCAS makes a valuable contribution in promoting better air quality through our extensive experience and consultation as well as expertise and capacity.

“We also provide information and knowledge sharing, research and publication, promotion of dialogue and support for better air quality and a healthier country to live in,” she said when paying a courtesy visit to Deputy Minister of Energy and Environmental Sustainability Dr Hazland Abang Hipni at Menara Pelita here recently.

At the same time, she also set forth their plans to invite the ministry to be the main speaker for the upcoming conference to share about the state’s plans for green energy.

MyCAS has been mandated to lead a national mission for better air quality, she added.

The visit was also attended by the Business Events Sarawak (BESarawak), formerly known as Sarawak Convention Bureau and the Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB).

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